Now, more than ever, qualities such as empathy, flexibility and creativity are our most valuable assets. Join us to explore how who you “be” is the greatest source of power in its truest sense. Join ACW co-founder and president, Nancy Ridge and gain practical “how to’s” such as:
- Understanding the distinctions between Being, Doing, and Having
- Find out if you use experience as an asset or an obstacle
- Making every conversation count
Please download and print “Succeeding in Today’s Channels“, prior to the webinar.
This webinar – on Thursday, January 21, at 4pm ET/1pm PT – is open to all #WomenInTech, so please share this email with your friends and encourage them to become a part of the Alliance of Channel Women community.
Hope to see you at this important meeting.
ABOUT NANCY RIDGE
Nancy Ridge is president of Ridge Innovative; a trusted advisor to her clients. She brings a laser focus on enabling business outcomes through technology. In addition, Ridge offers programs for developing and optimizing channel ecosystems through automated enablement, leadership coaching, team selling and one on one professional coaching. Previously, Nancy built the partner program for a leading national master agency that was known for a personalized approach to partner growth through business plan modeling, breakthrough sales strategies, ongoing training in a collaborative environment. Ridge also led sales for a high-touch wholesale carrier where she was responsible for creating and managing the indirect sales channel. The company won #41 on the “Inc. 500” list of fastest growing companies with over 2,000% growth. Prior to that, as vice president for a cost containment consulting firm, she helped pioneer telecom expense management and was a principal in a demand-side energy service company for 10 years. Ridge regularly speaks on panels, acts as a moderator and serves as a keynote on topics ranging from technology to mentoring and gender diversity. She is the co-founder and past president of the Alliance of Channel Women, a Silver Stevie recipient for Executive of the Year, and an enthusiastic mentor for women and girls in both the workplace and her community.